Welcome to New Mexico Computer Science for All!
By partnering with schools and offering facilitators professional development in Computer Science we have
reached over 800 high school students across the state. The course also gives students
NM CS4ALL/UNM CS108L is now offered as a core course
fulfilling the Area 3 Physical and Natural Science
requirement for UNM students.
Racial and Gender Gaps in Computer Science Learning - A new survey by Google and Gallup shows differences in access to CS education and encouragement to pursue CS by race and gender, Oct 18, 2016.
The K-12 Computer Science Framework comes at a time when our nation's education systems are adapting to a 21st century vision of students who are not just computer users but also computationally literate creators who are proficient in the concepts and practices of computer science, October 2016.
NM CS4ALL brings computational problem solving to New Mexico's students and teachers - UNM Newsroom, March 2016. "CS for All empowers students to create in the digital economy, and it provides pathways into science and engineering for students who have been underrepresented in those fields."
Las Cruces, New Mexico should launch a moonshot effort to achieve 100 percent computer science literacy among graduating high school seniors by 2020, March 2016.
President Obama announced a four billion dollar Computer Science For All Initiative to accelerate CSeducation in K-12 by training teachers, expanding access to high-quality instructional materials, and building effective regional partnerships, January 2016.
UNM Introduces New STEM Course - KRQE's Amy Walker, February 2015. "The University of New Mexico has been making a big push to get young students interested in fields related to the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) classes."
Turning tiny robots into student recruiters - UNM's Karen Wentworth, April 2015.
Program touts UNM for course in Computer Science - Albuquerque Journal's Mike Bush, February 2015.
Four NM Teachers Honored at White House - Santa Fe Institute, December 2014.